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January 24, 2019Austempered ductile iron is a unique cast iron material with tensile properties attributable to γH with the fine dispersion of ferrite.
January 24, 2019Wisconsin Oven Corp., East Troy, has shipped a natural gas-fired Heavy Duty Batch Series furnace for preheating dies to a customer in the automotive industry.
January 23, 2019Stack Metallurgical Group, Albany, Ore., announces that it has installed a Quintus Mega-HIP hot isostatic press for heat treating and processing of aerospace, power generation, medical implant, and other products.
January 23, 2019Solar Atmospheres, Souderton, Pa., recently awarded the title of CEO Emeritus to Roger A. Jones, FASM, and announces his semi-retirement as Solar Atmospheres’ CEO, the culmination of 45 years of leadership and service to the vacuum heat treating industry.
January 22, 2019This profile series introduces leading materials scientists from around the world who happen to be females. Here we speak with Jesi Clinton, welding subject matter expert at Raytheon Integrated Defense Systems in Andover, Mass.
January 21, 2019Oxford Instruments Asylum Research, U.K., introduces the Cypher VRS AFM, a full-featured video-rate atomic force microscope that enables researchers to measure nanoscale dynamic processes at video-rate speeds with all of the resolution, versatility, and ease of use of an Asylum Research Cypher AFM.
January 21, 2019Keyence, Japan, offers the VHX-6000 digital microscope with the capability to view, capture, and measure at magnifications ranging from 20X to 2000X.
January 19, 2019Tescan USA Inc., Warrendale, Pa., announces that it has hired EDFAS member Dr. Lucille Giannuzzi as Regional Sales Manager for the Mid-Atlantic region because of her extensive experience in focused ion beam, scanning electron, and transmission electron microscopy, as well as her applications expertise in both the physical and life sciences.
January 19, 2019Thermo Scientific, Waltham, Mass., introduces the Lumis EBSD detector, which can rapidly identify crystallographic phases, grain sizes, and orientation, as well as monitor structural transformations in SEM samples.
January 19, 2019Zeiss, Germany, has begun construction of a new 82,000 square foot facility outside Detroit that will be capable of surface defect detection, multidimensional measurement, nondestructive testing, and surface form and geometry analysis.